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Dancers swirl and swing with Cullen's Cross at the Crary Mills Grange.
Dancers swirl and swing with Cullen's Cross at the Crary Mills Grange.

Contra dancing on the rise

Contra dance, a type of folk dance, was a main form of recreation during the Colonial period. There was a contra dance revival during the folk music era in the 60's and 70's, and today contras are having another resurgence all around the region. The dances offer an all-too-rare intergenerational experience, where folks 8 to 80 dance and socialize together. Contra fans will tell you the dances create genuine joy, community, and connections. Todd Moe visited a contra dance recently at the historic Crary Mills Grange and has more.  Go to full article

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